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1 stá v= , q.v.: sta .i. seas; stá a athaigh ar Conall .i. seas,
O'Cl. sta a c[h]aillech, Corm. Y 1059 (93.12) = tá, Corm.
Bodl. 34 . trí bráthair uamain: sta! sit! coiste! ` hush !',
Triads. 137 . Cf. stata! nachandíusaig `hush!', Hib. Min. 78.1 .

? 2 stá: n iomdha mairc i maoil mo ghualann | re taoibh tailc
5ním tualang s. ¤ `neither can I stand the stiffness of my side',
Ó Bruad. iii 206.12 . Cf. stá ` utility, use ', P. O'C.

staadoirib xsee under scóaire.

stáb v(see Bidrag 126 ) cup, drinking vessel, stoup : āna .i. stāba
beaca bītis for tiprataib, Corm. Y 48 . stāb a stando .i. ara
10chomnairti, 1181 . na staba . . . | stomacha is tuslestar, SR
4363 . sdabh do sdiallcleathaib, IT iii 89 § 13 . nói cóicait s. ¤
`beakers', Met. Dinds. i 34.73 . aimind cach airdige .i. stabha
glainide ┐ airgit, Laws v 408.5 , 16 Comm . cét stab d'ór, Rawl.
79a38 . ól a stábaib glana, LL 276b12 . stábh .i. soitheach, P. O'C.

15 staball xsee saball.

stáball x= táball, q.v.: etir . . . bogha ┐ bolgshaighid ┐ stabuill,
RC xviii 182.9 (Tig.). feib imnaiscther lathranna staible, RC
xiv 422.23 ( LL 110b41 ).

stábla n(with unlen. -b-) m. (Eng. or Romance loan-word)
20 stable: dóigheadh a' halla mōr in stābla ┐ in t-agurt, Cín Lae
Ó Meall. 47.1 . docuaidh a stabla na n-ech, ZCP vi 282.21 .
docuadar isin sdabla a rabutur eich in rígh, Fier. 142 . māigis-
tir in stāpla, Fl. Earls 90.13 . uime sin san s. ¤ rugadh Críost
= in stabulo, TSh. 9976 . Fig. of the body: a sdabla shalach mo
25chuirp, Parrth. Anma 366.14 . san sdábla colla an cheathnad
`the little lamb in the stable of the body', Aithd. D. 50.26 .

staca n(ON stakkr, Ling. Val. 123 , but more prob. Eng. loan-
word) stack (of corn): gach síocc gach s. ¤ , FM v 1722.3 .

stacán n(staca) small stack of corn : mar tteagmhadh acht s. ¤ | a
30cceartlár chuid dot eallach, Irish Texts iv 105 § 18 .

staci xsee staíc.

stad n(with unlen. -d) (Lat. status, see Ped. i 218 ) act of stopping;
stop, stay, delay : s. ¤ a verbo staa .i. tairisim, Corm. Y 1180 .
gnáth fúm ag sdad (of the body likened to a horse), Aithd. D.
35 91.6 . íoc bhar sdada `to undo thy neglect of me', 19.10 . an áil
ribh s. ¤ ? Oss. iii 102.12 . smuain ar so a n-am an phecuidh ┐
. . . benfaidh sdad eigin asad it will make you hesitate a little,
Mac Aingil 23.8 . ní raibh s. ¤ ar theacht a thiodhlac the flow of
his gifts was unceasing
, Keat. Poems 833 . gan s. ¤ without pause,
40delay; immediately, incessantly
, Mac Aingil 126.7 . Hackett
xxiv 4 . Oss. iii 290.16 .

stadaid v(stad) stops, stays, delays : do sdadar (= stadadar?)
cuidecht do lucht pícedh do bhi na dhiaigh `halted', Rel. Celt.
ii 188.23 . níor stadadh . . . leó, Oss. vi 62.11 . ná stadadh
45éanduine é `let no man stay him', Prov. xxviii 17 .

staéc xsee staíc.

stag n(ON stag, Bidrag 112 ) stay (of a ship): ni raibhi . . . stagh
gan ṡduaidhleim, CF 50 .

? staguinn: ind s. ¤ .i. buiden, O'C. 1470 ( H. 3.18. 652 ).

50 stagún n m.(Eng. stagon?) a stubborn horse : gnáth fúm ag sdad an
sdagún (sic leg. for sgagún, see Gloss.: dragún), Aithd. D. 91.6 .

staíc, staéc, staci n f.(ON steik. On the divergent forms see
Bidrag 68 ) steak, piece of meat : dia rogab mían a mnái . . . | im
stáic do broinn B., Met. Dinds. iii 388.44 . mad mían lé stáic
55dom fheóil máith, 51 . dercain a dithruib | staec thuirc na
tuinne, SG 364.24 ( LL 297a33 ) = RC xiii 46 § 29 . cīa robā do
mét na staci bōi frisin tenid, Aisl. MC 63.12 . asna cethri
stacib, 13 . intan tarnacar na staci sin, 17 . benais mír don
staic ba nessa dó, 65.5 . comlis in mil ┐ in salann in cach staic,
60 63.11 . staci cach bíd belaide, 81.20 . sāmaigis stacci . . .
dermáru forsna beraib, 63.2 . Cf. staígthe.
See staígthi, stéig.

staigre n m.(AS stǽger, Ling. Val. 127 , but perh. later loan-
word) stairs (usually in sg., but found also in pl.): dréimire,
65fára, sdaighre, Eg. Gl. 210 . ro dhercc-las an staighre, FM iv
988.11 . Scala Sancta díer comhainm an staighre naomhtha,
Fl. Earls 204.5 . a gcomhfhat in staigri sin, 204.7 . ar tuitim
do do sdaighri cloch, AU iii 466.8 . ar dteachd . . . dochum an
sdaighre, Acts xxi 35 . na himighed i sdaighri let him not
70mount stairs
, Rosa Ang. 242.17 . In pl.: dorinne . . . staigh-
readha go tigh an Tighearna, 2 Chron. ix 10 . co ndechadur
a sdaigribh in tuir, Fier. 212 . ar sdrapaib arda ┐ ar sdoighrib
. . . marmail, Études Celt. i 82.24 .

staígthe adj(see staíc) roasted: at illi optulerunt ei partem piscis
75assi uel assati (.i. staígthi) et fauum mellis , Harl. 1802, 127a
cited RC viii 369 , cf. xii 462 .

stail n(for gender cf. ech) (based on Eng.) stallion: is breagh an
s. ¤ i, O'Don. Gr. 74 .

staíl xsee stíl.

80 stailc n(Eng. stalk?) name of a bad habit in a horse: gan tolg,
gan s. ¤ , gan stad, gan sgáth, gan sgim, Measgra D. 15.44 . Of
a move in chess (?): cluiche teaca a lom ma le | sdailc i ndiaidh
dhá bheann beire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 131.34 . See Dinneen.

? staillsi: ind giodh sum suirgheach dul i bpulpíd | níl im s. ¤ `I am
85not so forward
', Ó Bruad. ii 72.2 .

stáinse n(cf. Eng. stanchion?) staff, shepherd's crook : fuair ó
Phan gach aisce b'fhéidir | s. ¤ stiúrtha chúig cúige i n-éinfheacht
`a staff', E. O'Rahilly xxvi 134 .